Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Red...





sometimes you just feel like

RED











































and now all this red is making me think of 
Christmas,

and Christmas makes me think of
parties...

anyway, the red is pretty isn't it?










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20 comments:

  1. I do love a touch of red.Recently, I have my toenails done in bright shiny red....bought red espadrilles in France... acquired my first little red dress and a french red climbing rose.

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  2. Red is a very powerful color,
    and I love it.

    Love the red doors you have there,
    what a way to say the inside is as fabulous as the red door that opens to it ♥

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  3. Love red.......I feel so good when I wear it though I don't wear it often but its the color of love, how can we not love it!

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  4. Pretty indeed, but also so full of life. Red is one of those colours that just scream "dynamic!".

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  5. omg!!!
    i love this!
    i did a red door post and i think i have to link yours to mine!
    xx

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  6. the russian tea room image brings back a very happy memory for me.
    thank you!

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  7. Great splashes of red! I always love the look of a monotone outfit and red shoes like that young lady is wearing! ~Val

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  8. Love seeing the cheerful pops of red!! I don't wear too much red unless it's of the orangey-red variety except on my toes - just as you show. An exception will be made this weekend where I will most definitely be sporting by patriotic colors!!

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  9. We love red. Nothing like red accents. Love red shoes, handbags, doors and jackets.

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  10. Beautiful reds,just painted my toenails same colour as the photo.
    They make me so happy.Ida

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  11. Yes, red is my favourite color. I love red both in interiors and in clothes. And Christmas in only a half year away :) Thanks for your nice vacation wishes! Have a wonderful July you also, sweet friend!!!

    Kristin xx's

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  12. Yes red is always welcome in my closet and red shoes.... at least once a week!! My living spaces downstairs almos all have a splash of red..

    Love your post makes me feel like painting the front door red ala Elizabeth Arden red...

    Vernica
    xxx

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  13. I'm so happy to have stumbled across your blog! This is a lovely post, I'm a red fanatic and have been for years. I love these images especially the gown & the garden scene. Delicious & fabulous post. I am you latest follower.
    xo
    Sada
    http://dressologyhq.blogspot.com

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  14. absolutely!!! I feel like red VERY often :) luvs it.

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  15. Marsha, adore red accents, the doors, the woman with the red heels!

    Red makes me think of passion, love. Valentines day,

    Email me your address, dearest, as I have something to send to you!

    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

    Come and join my fashionable Giveaway from The Shabby Apple!

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  16. My first visit to your beautiful blog & I see you've got my favorite color all over the place!! I adore RED! ♥♥♥ Wear it all the time, lipstick, nails, jackets, flowers...you name it. Its exciting & vibrant & alive!

    I'm off to explore some of your other postings. Very nice to meet you, too!

    fondly,
    Rett

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  17. The red is very pretty...Christmas, Marsha??? :)
    I love the last image...I wish I had taken the photo...it's perfect!
    http://wwwcatherinerobinsoncashmere.blogspot.com/

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  18. ooowwh I love those red heels in the 3rd pic! I have a weak spot for sexy red shoes!
    So to answer your question about jewelry I have to e-mail you I have some pics for you. xo -Taj

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  19. Although I'm not really a 'red' person, except around Christmas and early in the year here and there a dark red color spot in our garden as a contrast to the green, you have choosen wonderful images.
    I love the red shoes (image 3), I could die for the red chairs! And my foot nails - always dark red nail-lack!
    I love the old Danish and Chinese red on furniture. And I'm sure you know that in Chinese culture one should have always something red in the house as a sign of wealth and luck.
    Karin

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